With rumblings of support for universal health care picking up in the United States, a Drexel professor just released a study looking at how Brazil’s most vulnerable citizens feel about the state of their national […]
Quick Take: New Graham-Cassidy Health Bill is Partisan, Not Public Health
“The Graham-Cassidy bill completely abandons Republicans’ longstanding promise to replace Obamacare. It is repeal only, and would leave tens of millions of Americans with no health insurance and no hope of getting it. All of […]
Quick Take: Bare-Bones Plans in GOP Health Bill a Bad Idea
“Barebones plans will attract younger and healthier patients, who are likely to run up lower health care bills. That means those who buy traditional, full-coverage plans will be mostly older and sicker. With a risk pool composed […]
Quick Take: Does “Trumpcare” Make Sense?
“Health care coverage is extremely complex, whether it is provided by the government or by private companies. Any universal plan must address thousands of interrelated issues, not to mention countless political concerns. That is why […]
Quick Takes: Obamacare and Same-Sex Marriage are Both Public Health Issues
The Supreme Court issued its rulings today in the King v. Burwell case, upholding Obamacare’s subsidies and protecting access to affordable health care for millions of low- and middle-income Americans—a major victory in the view […]
Obamacare’s Healthcare.gov Roll-Out: One Year Later
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the controversial launch of HealthCare.gov, the federal government’s health insurance marketplace, and the beginning of enrollment in Obamacare. So how are the embattled health care law and its website […]
Drexel Experts Available for Interviews about State of the Union Address
As President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address approaches tonight, a range of experts from Drexel University are available for interviews with the news media. They can discuss such things as what we can […]
Health Care Reform: Can it Work From a Business Perspective?
The Affordable Care Act, more widely known as Obamacare, has sparked heated debates across the country and was the focal point of the first government shutdown in almost two decades. Drexel professor Dr. Michael […]